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InfoQ Homepage Guides

  • Big Data Processing with Apache Spark

    In this mini-book, the reader will learn about the Apache Spark framework and will develop Spark programs for use cases in big-data analysis. The book covers all the libraries that are part of Spark ecosystem, which includes Spark Core, Spark SQL, Spark Streaming, Spark MLlib, and Spark GraphX.

  • The Morning Paper Issue 7 - Experimentation, Optimisation and Learning

    For this edition of The Morning Paper Quarterly Review, Adrian Colyer has chosen a set of papers that illustrate what the data natives are up to: how they embed experimentation, optimisation, and learning into everything they do. If you thought continual delivery was the end game, for data natives this is just the necessary pre-requisite.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Observability

    This eMag explores the topic of observability in-depth, covering the role of the “three pillars of observability” -- monitoring, logging, and distributed tracing -- and relates these topics to designing and operating software systems based around modern architectural styles like microservices and serverless.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Streaming Architecture

    This InfoQ emag aims to introduce you to core stream processing concepts like the log, the dataflow model, and implementing fault-tolerant streaming systems.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Faster, Smarter DevOps

    This DevOps eMag has a broader setting than previous editions. You might, rightfully, ask “what does faster, smarter DevOps mean?”. Put simply, any and all approaches to DevOps adoption that uncover important mechanisms or thought processes that might otherwise get submerged by the more straightforward (but equally important) automation and tooling aspects.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Cloud Native Patterns & Practices

    In this eMag, the InfoQ team pulled together stories that best help you understand this cloud-native revolution, and what it takes to jump in. It features interviews with industry experts, and articles on key topics like migration, data, and security.

  • The Morning Paper Issue 6 - Computer Science Applied

    Subtle production failures running Microsoft Azure, identifying users from aggregated mobile data,  taking over a city with Philips Hue lightbulbs, processing a trillion edge graph on a single machine, and why Rust should be your systems language of choice.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Reactive JavaScript

    This eMag is meant to give an easy-going, yet varied introduction to reactive programming with JavaScript. Modern web frameworks and numerous libraries have all embraced reactive programming. The rise in immutability and functional reactive programming have added to the discussion. It’s important for modern JavaScript developers to know what’s going on, even if they’re not using it themselves.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Serverless Computing

    In this InfoQ eMag, we curated some of the best serverless content into a single asset to give you a relevant, pragmatic look at this emerging space.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Microservices vs. Monoliths - The Reality Beyond the Hype

    This eMag includes articles written by experts who have implemented successful, maintainable systems across both microservices and monoliths.

  • The Morning Paper Issue 5 - Computer Science Applied

    Welcome to the latest edition of The Morning Paper quarterly review. There are five posts chosen for you that appeared on Adrian Colyer's blog in the first quarter of 2017.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Scaling DevOps

    This eMag collects articles that explore how to go about scaling DevOps in large organizations – effectively identifying cultural challenges that were blocking faster and safer delivery – and the lessons learned along the way. We include a couple of practices that can help disseminate those lessons.

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